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Joined: 6/29/2004For those of you that were wondering about what the limb does during the shot, here you go.
Please Note[/color:3erqinio]: This was done at 72 lb peak draw, using a 350 grain arrow. This is 10 grains under the recommended lightest arrow. This was done strictly for R&D testing, and to demonstrate to you that the limb does not jump or move out of the limb turret even under extreme circumstances such as shooting an arrow that is too light. This by no means indicates that you can or should do this. Our recommendation is still to use an arrow no lighter than 5 grains per peak pound of draw weight. Using anything lighter WILL void your warranty.
Joined: 6/2/2004Jon, you and your dad always get to play with the COOL stuff………..
Joined: 5/28/2005video.Unreal how the top suppressor gets hammered like that.Thanks symo.
8D video.Unreal how the top suppressor gets hammered like that.Thanks symo.
Now I know why that upper suppressor needs to be replaced every once in a while!! Also very cool to see how those harmonic dampeners work too!! Thanks again Symo!
Anymore cool videos you’d like to share with us???
Joined: 1/23/2005you always post the coolest stuff
Joined: 9/1/2005Very COOL
Joined: 2/20/2005The proof is on the pudding!
You should really incorporate that into the Drenalin page – Seriously – that Speaks volumes……..
Location: PennsylvaniaMy first thought was the top suppressor too. Nice video.. I like to see more like that too.
Location: OhioAwesome video…please keep them coming!All We Do Is SELFILMED
Joined: 10/10/2004Thanks Jon that was awsome. Can you post one of the lower limb and cam rotation?
Jeff K in IL
Joined: 11/1/2005That is fricken sweet….
Joined: 10/11/2004As I said in an earlier thread…..Mathews has it going on!
Great job Jon!
Joined: 2/18/2006sweeeetttt, now I want one even moreAuthorPostsViewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 87 total)
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